Fairlee Frey


Fairlee discovered the sport of mountain biking while attending nursing school. She was a collegiate ice hockey athlete as an undergraduate, and found herself in need of an outlet from the rigors of intensive clinical rotations and classroom time. She earned her pro license in 2016 and has continued to climb the ranks. Fairlee had a very impressive season in 2017 finishing 9th at the ProXCT Chile Challenge (C1), 11th at the ProXCT Utah Tech-Devo (C2), and 14th at the ProXCT Missoula XCO race (C2).
Fairlee is a surgical nurse in Boise, Idaho. She is passionate about spreading her love for mountain biking throughout her community and beyond. In Boise, ID she volunteers as a skills coach with the Idaho NICA Mountain Bike League and Dirt Dolls (a ladies-only ride group). She is also a member of the Oregon-based Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians, where she works with the tribal community to promote healthy lifestyle choices and higher education.